Wed., 10 Morning devotions. Cheerio says this is Hoover’s birthday. That Hoover made it possible for the Cheerio broadcast. Letter from Helen. We go to Henrietta’s after supper. She has had a hard day & is tired. Write Mrs. Ainsworth an invitation for next week’s meeting.
Posted in 1932 Ella, DIARIES, From the H. Sheldon Museum, Helen Fisher Smith, Henrietta Fisher Field, PEOPLE
Tagged "Cheerio", devotions, Hoover, letters, Mrs. Ainsworth, tired!
Tues., 9 Morning devotions. A nice day. Dumas washes & irons. I make 2 berry pies. Get dinner. Finish mending a slip. Go down town after dinner. To the Bank, To the Library, get “Blue Harvest.” To the hair dresser (Mrs. Stevens) a shampoo. To the P.O. for stamps & envelopes. Mrs. Andrews here when we came home. Have a little visit with her. Letters from Ben, Mrs. Taylor, Sister Helen & receipt for payment of rug from No. Adams Co. Write Ben.
Posted in 1932 Ella, Benjamin Fisher, DIARIES, Dumas, From the H. Sheldon Museum, PEOPLE, Sister Helen Simonds
Tagged "Blue Harvest", calls, devotions, down town, food, ironing, letters, mending, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. Taylor, North Adams Rug Co., shampoo, washing, weather
Mon., 8 Morning devotions. Sort papers & work on a black slip for myself. Henrietta comes out for supper.
Sun., 7 A good sermon from Montreal. We are alone for dinner. Grace does not attend church, but rests instead. Write Gertrude, Anna & Helen.
Posted in 1932 Ella, Anna Fisher Metcalf, DIARIES, From the H. Sheldon Museum, Gertrude Fisher Thomas, Grace Fisher, Helen Fisher Smith, PEOPLE
Tagged letters, radio sermon, rest, Sunday dinner
Sat., 6 Morning devotions. A clean white page. Too bad to disfigure it. Letters from Gertrude & Hattie. Make 2 pies. Get dinner. Read afterward, besides a nap. Mend stockings. Go out to Henrietta’s after supper.
Posted in 1932 Ella, DIARIES, From the H. Sheldon Museum, Gertrude Fisher Thomas, Hattie Newman Fisher, Henrietta Fisher Field, PEOPLE
Tagged blank pages, books, calls, devotions, food, letters, mending
Thurs., 4 Morning devotions. Clean and white! Clean and white! This page is until I mark it. When the page is left white When the page is left blank I shall be gone (sic). a very nice summer day. Grace & Wilma go for lillies (sic) & make some calls. I dress for the street but do not go there. Read The Green Mt. Boys. Ruth’s trunks come at last from Quebec. Put them in the upper hall.
Posted in 1932 Ella, DIARIES, Grace Fisher, PEOPLE, Ruth Fisher
Tagged blank pages, calls, devotions, Grace's flowers, my mistake, Quebec, Ruth's trunks, The Green Mountain Boys, weather